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The ladies line up once they hear you are singing,
Each batting an eye like they did long ago.
Now times moves so slow.
Veronica is still the one of your favor.
Your first wife you say as if there were many more.
There is only her...

Will you dance with the ladies who ask you to join them,
Sing in their ear as you move them along.
Smile with your eyes when they tell you
They love you as long as you're singing their song.

When wishes are wrapped inside of paper napkins
And prayers are only answered by surprise,
You're a sight for sore eyes.

Will you dance with the ladies who ask you to join them,
Sing in their ear as you move them along.
Smile with your eyes when they tell you
They love you as long as you're singing their song.

When waltzing Matilda is all you remember
From 89 years of a life lived so well,
All that you need is a partner to dance with
And share with you heaven and take you from hell,

They don't know your name
Of who taught you to dance well.
They're seeing a man
That they loved when they were young.
Love's never undone.

So come dance with the ladies who ask you to join them.
Sing in their ear as you move them along.
Smile with your eyes when they tell you they love you,
As long as you're singing their song.



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